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THE BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 6, 1920.
Real Estate Loans.
ftHOPEN tt COMPANY. Doug. 4iI8.
fROMPT service, reaaonable rate, private
money. Oarvln Bros.. 141 Omaha Nat
P. RBUCK. Loans. 441 OmahaNat.
Stocks and Bonds.
"tlO.OOO Omaha city warrant!. 7 par cent,
registered. In amount of $S5 to $1,000.
Bouth Bide Land Co.. 408 Brown Bids-.
MONEY IS TIGHT
will still buy some good
farmers' notes at a sub
stantial discount. I will
also buy certificates of
EDWIN L. COYLE,
105 S. LA SALLE ST.,
SOUTH 81fe trackage, 3. 5 or 10 acres".
South Side Land Co., Doug. 1388.
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS.
A Pine Location for a
16th and Leavenworth Sts.
There ts no better In the city. A
I forced aale of a two-story brick build
ing on a lot 86x132, known as 1516-18
l.pnvenworth St.; within 6 feet of.
northeast corner of 16th and Leaven
worth. Priced at" practically ground
value $29 000.
A. P. TUKEY & SON,
OA FIRST NATIONAL PHONE CrtO
UmV7 BANK BUILDING. DOUR. oyjd
Prairie Park garage building near
!th and Ames, has an Income of 11,800
per annum. Priced at $18,000 with
13,000 cash, balance 6 per cent; for gar
age, factory, storage or similar pur
poses, or purely for investment you
should look Into this. Call Investment
Payne. Investment Co.,
537 Om. Nafl Bk. Bldg. Doug. 1781.
31,000 square feet of good trackage,
on North 11th street, with, switch in;
price. 25c per square font.
S. P. BOSTWICK & SON,
. SOO Bee Bldg. Tyler 1606.
WALSH-ELMER CO.. Realtors, Rea
Estate.- Investment, Insurance, Rent
' als. Tyler 1630. 331 Securities Bldg.
L ESTATE TO EXCHANGE.
TO exchange, extra Well Improved 180
acre south central Iowa grain " and
stock farm; SVj, miles to county seat
town. Owned by two young men, both
working In large department store, want
small stock general merchandise or
hardware stock of about (13,000 ts
$15,000. Good terms on balance; no ob-
' .lection 4o small town.- Business where
two men coula be,, employed. Box
Y-1216, Omaha Bee.
' REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
NETHAWAtCsuburban prop ty." Col. 1401.
A REAL "HOME-PLACE"-.
107 South Slst Street.
Here's a new home to be proud otr
Exceptionally large living room, su
perior fireplace, bookcases,
dining room, large attractive kitchen,
separate refrigerator roomy and
three bedrooms and sleeping porch,
closets large, bath tiled,
large accessible attic, 7 ft. 8 In- base
ment, Jaundry trays, furnace heat,
.artistically decorated throughout, oak
finish 1st floor; oak floors through-
, out; Ivory enamel bedrooms and
double car garage, yard seeded and
Price $16,500 Reasonable terms.
, WE CAN SOLVE YOUR HOME
PRICES $6,800 to $35,000.
GEORGE & CO.,
Tyler 3024. 902 Ci ty Nafl Bank Bldg.
Double corners, 62d and Farnam, B2d
and Iiard. Prtced right. Alfred Thomas,
604 First National Bank.
The homes we have erected on 50th avenue
and 50th street IN DUNDEE are of the best
possible workmanship and material.
A nine-inch basement wall of poured con
crete plastered basement ceiling with,
7-foot 6-inch clearance all joists on lit
. and 2nd floor 2x10 timber all weight
bearing partition 2x6 double flooring
throughout, wearing . surface of oak
metal weather strips on doors and windows
v ' -fed cedar shingle tile, porch brick. , '
step. For further details confer with
Orchard & Wilhelm
310 SO. BOTH ST.
Open Daily From
2 to P. M.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN.
A DUNDEE HOME
I have a 5-room bungalow in
the hest part of Dundee. Beauti
fully decorated throughout. Tiled
bath, base tub. Just as nice as
you can desire. Fine laying lot
Never before occupied. Posses
sion at once. $750 cash required.
Call Doug. 1014, ask for Mr.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
In the Hanscom Park district; owner of
this property, removing from Oman,
has listed his home for quick sale;
property in first-class condition; south
iicr.t, paved street, fine shade, good
neighborhood, everything homelike; price
$6,000; terms; $2,000 cash to handle.
S. P. BOSTWICK & SON,
jiOO Be--Bldg. Tyler 1506.
Close to Columbia School
Seven-room house, large living
room, dining room and kitchen,
first floor; three bedrooms and
sewing room, second floor; full
attic and basement. Lower floor
finished - In oak. second floor
maple and gumwood. South front,
lot 66x124. Walking distance to
Field club. Price attractive.
Gallagher & Nelson,
fiLPe'er Trust Bldg. Douglas 3382.
LOOK THIS OVER
One of the most desirable residences
In Hanscom l'ark district; 9 rooms;
hardwood finish and floors; thoroughly
modern; comparatively new; extra deep
east front lot. beautiful shade trees;
convenient to car; price right; easy
terms to right party; Immediate posses
sion. See owner at 1030 S. 32d St.
West Farnam district.
II. H. Allen, exclusive agent.
' Call Tyler 4260.
FOR SALE by owner leaving city, Hans
com park, near Windsor school, eight
room modern house, hot water heat;
corner lot and garage. Harney 6274.
J. B. ROBISON, real estate and Invest
ment 442 Bee Bldg. Douglas 8097.
BENSON & METERS CO.. 424 Om, Nat'i.
A FEW IN FLORENCE.
' Two 6-room south front homes; lota
66x76 each; electric lights; water and
sewer now In street; 2 blocks to car.
Will sell for low price of $2,250 each;
$1,760 each down, balance $25 per month.
Another almost new 6-room, on east
front lot, 66x132; exceptionally well
built; $3,000, with. $1,000 cash down, $30
Eight-room house; not new. but a
great big bargain for $2,600. Only $300
Dandy corner bungalow with oak fin
ish: ail -modern: for $4,000. Can ha
handled with $750 cash and $46 fieVJ
mnnlh i X
Seven-room; 1 block to car; dandy
corner lot; electric lights, sewer and
water In street. Priced to sell at once
for $3,160, with $750 cash down, $30 per
These houses are genuine bargains and
are priced for quick sale." Owner go
ing to California. We will call for you
and meet you In Florence. For your
'convenience call Sundays or evenings.
Mr. Weeth. Colfax 850; Mr. Herron, Col
fax" 648; Mr. Clary, Colfax 1243.
R. F. CLARY CO.,
NORTH OMAHA REALTORS,
2401 Ames Ave. Colfax 175.
Six-Room Modern House
Living room, dining room and
den all finished in oak, beamed
ceilings in living room, beamed
ceilings and built-in buffet irt dining-
room, an extra well built
r" house, good-sized kitchen with
pantry and ice chest room, two
sleeping rooms and bath, on sec
I ond floor, good basement. Among
nice homes, near Sherman Ave
nue, for $5,300.00.
W. H. GATES,
647 Omaha 'National Bank Bldg.
. , Douglas 1294. ;
7 Room Bungalow
MOVE" RIGHT IN.
Practically new ' seven-room,
strictly modern bungalow, just
painted and redecorated. Hard
wood floors and finish, full base
ment, furnace Jieat, garage and
driveway, now vacant, possession
' " at once. One of the best buys on
our list. Call us at once as this
will not last long. Reasonable
J. L. HIATT COMPANY, .
900 1st Nat. Bank Bldg. Tyler 63
I AM LEAVING the city and have to dis
pose of my 7-room and bath, strictly
modern bungalow, quarter-sawed oak
finish, built-in kitchen cabinets, book
cases, buffet: French doors, sun room,
sleeping porch, ice box room, etc. Full
lot and garage, paved street, A-l loca
tion; 1 block from Sherman Ave. car
and 1 block from Kountze Park. Price
$7,0001 This house was built S years
ago by present owner, has just been
newly decorated Inside and painted out
side, all In very best condition. No
wall paper In house, all walls In dull
finish, oil stenciled border, kitchen in
santas; dining room plate rail, panel cov
ered with Spanish leather. This prop
erty was built for a home and must
be seen to be appreciated. You cannot
. duplicate this house without lot or ga
rage at above price. Call Webster 1678
or come to 1806 Pratt street any day
between 9 and 11 a. m. and 2 and 6
p. m. A. F. Beler, owner.
509 KEELINE BLDG,
Phone Douglas 8102.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED.
Kountze Place, $6,500
6 Rooms, Decided Bargain
This standard, two-story arrangement
must be sold to close ay estate and has
been priced for quick sale. Located on
Lothrop near Lotbrop school, one of the
best locations on the north side. First
floor all finished In oak. Full cement
basement with laundry facilities and best
of furnaces. Has full 60-foot lot with
good garage opening onto cindered al
ley. This place la a real bargain and
cannot last at this price. Ask foi- Mr.
HASTINGS & HEYDEN,
1614 Harney St. Fhone Tyler 60.
2612 TAYLOR t.
ONE BLOCK SOUTH OF AMES AVENUE.
Six-room. UD-to-the-minute. strictly
p, modern bungalow all on one floor, con-
stating or living room, (lining room and
kitchen, 3 bedrooms and bath; nice ce
mented basement; good lot; plenty of
fruit: one block to car line.- Price $5r800.
House is vacant, possession at once. First
come first served.
Payne Investment C
. 637 Omaha National' Bank Big.
2517 AMES AVENUE
$500 DOWN AND $56 A MONTH.
Six-room, strictly modern, full 2-stdey
house; $ nice rooms on the first floor,
3 bedrooms and bath on the second
floor; dandy lot on paved street, paving
paid. Price $6,000. First come first
Payne Investment Co.,
6.17 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
, Douglas 1781.
Five-room, strictly modern bun
galow near 28th and Bristol, all on
one floor. Full jement basement,
furnace heat, nice floored attic,
dandy lot on paved street, paving
paid, with garage and plenty of
fruit. Price $5,260.
Payne Investment Co.,
637 Omaha National BankB!dg.
Douglas 1781, Sunday Colfax 3227.
SEE THIS FRIDAY
5 nice rooms, living room across
front of house; oak finish, built
in features; south frontage; near
park, schools and car; $750- cash,
or can accept good Ford ';edan,
bal. mo. Call Mr. Mead, Dg.
7412, days, or Dg. 7262 eve.
MUST MOVE TO MISSOURI.
Am sacrificing my comfortable, al
most new 6-room home and 4 good
sized lots, all In garden;, oak floors,
electric lights, etc. My property can
not be duplicated for less than - $5,000.
First buyer with $50 cash and $25 per
month will get a genuine bargain; can
be seen any time at 3736 Corby St.
Priced to sell now. Only $3,150. James
Tilly. Walnut 2077.
Snap for Colored
Twenty-eighth and Miami, double
house, 6 rooms and bath in, each, mod
ern except heat but piped for furnace;
live In one, rent the other; $2,800 for
. P. J. Tebbens Co.,
605 Omaha Natl. Bank. Phone D. 2182.
CLOSE TO CB1FTON HIGH SCHOdL.
Brand new stucco, all modern, 6
large rooms, 8 blocks to car; for quick
sale,, $5,100; easy teims; might consider
$500 down, with fair monthly pay
ments. R. F. CLARY CO.,,
2401 Ames Ave. - Colfax 176.
NORTH OMAHA REALTORS.
' OjNLY $6,250.
Five large rooms and bath, all on
one floor; oak finish, floored attlo, dou
ble garage; just off the Sherman Ave.
car. $2,600 will handle.
Osborne Realty Co.,
430 Peters Trust Bldg. Tyler 498.
Hot water heat.
Slx-r., fully modern, all in finest of
repair. Well located on, Prettiest Mile.
Immediate possession. Price only $6,600.
About $1,600 cash.
RASP BROS., 212 Keeline Bldg. Tyler 721.
.Omaha Real Estate and Investments.
JOHN T. BOHAN
21 Paxton Blk. Phone Tyler 4880.
7-ROOM modern brick flat, located west;
oak finish;, fireplace, and very attrac
tive; rent $86 per month; possession
August, 16. Donglns 1734.
A FEW homes and lets for sale In Park
wood addition; a safe place for Invest
ment. Norrls A Norrls. Douglas 4270.
NEW oak- finish home, 7-room, aun
room, tile bath, double garage, fireplace,
etc., $13.600. Terms. Doug. 1734 days.
$515 N. 24TH ST. 7-r. modern. $1,000
cash. Crelgh, 608 Bee Bldg. Dg. 200.
MINNE LUSA homes and lots offer "the
best opportunity to Invest your money.
Phone Tyler 187.
Seven rooms finished throughout tn
oak and white enamel, fireplace, book
cases, special features; tiled bath, full
brick foundation, double garage, one
block to car; price reduced to $9,600
for quick sale.
Osborne Realty Co.,
430 Peters Trust Bldg. Tyler 4sl.
MODERN 7-ROOM HOUSE NEAR UNION
STATION; FINE HOME FOR RAIL
ROAD MAN: FULL. LOT; PLENTY OF
SHADE; FINE VIEW; $6,000. DOUG.
4641. - ,
FOR SALE Kroom house, 1915 So. 21st.
Price $800. -I Tyler 1780.
MUST BE SOLD
x ' SIX ROOMS
HOT WATER HEAT
Neat modern home in good re
pair, recently painted; oak floors;
south front lto 50x132; handy to
car line; paved street; large shade
treesv Owner leaving city and can
give early possession. Cheao at
f $5,500, and terms can be arranged.
V GLOVER & SPAIN,
919 City Nat'l Bk. Bldg. Doug. 2350.
Why not buy a new one and
you get the pleasure of the new
ness. - I havea new bungalow
I can sell you for $500 down. It
is new, modern and well located.
Make the start now t6 own your
own home. It is easy if you only
start. Call Wal. 5432 this eve
ning or D. 7412 days, ask for Mr.
.THINK OF IT!
A brand new, strictly modern
five-room house for $500 cash and
balance like rent. This home faces
east on a paved street, lot level,
oak floors throughout, good
neighborhood. Phone . Carse at
Harney 3556 evenirigsvor Douglas
7412 days. . ( .
A CHOICE HOME
I have, a 5-room modern house
on paved street, in good neighbor
hood, that I can sell on a pay
ment of $500 cash and - balance
easy terms. Call Wal. 127 evgs.
BIRKETT & CO.
ami Insures. 250 Bee Bldg. Douglas .
4-ROOM house. 2 lots, near Windsor
school; $1,000. Donglaa 4641.
F. M. Veatch, 1015 South Thirty-seventh
street, tile and frame dwelling,
$6,000. . ; -
Liberty Bonds Cashed
American State Bank, ,
18th and .Farnam ts. -Ajivi
Market, Financial and
Omaha, Aug. (.
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
. 8.803 7,370 3U.6i
. 3,328 9.820 $0,771
. $,661 9,884 11.488
Official Tuesday ...
7D O.UUI) 6.UUU
Four days this week. 17,433 22.074 68,938
Same days last week. 19, 190 ' 31.(89 62,878
Same days 1 w's ago.lS.aH 43,908 88.184
Same days 3 w's ago.17,613 41,126 46,215
Same days year ago. 30,297 17,980 111,049
Receipts and disposition of live stock
at the Union stock yards, Omaha, Neb.,
tor 24 hours ending at 3 o'clock p. in.,
August 6, 1920:
Cattle Hogs Sheep MulMi
Cars. Cars. Cars. Cars.
I Union Pacific .... 9
I C. & N. W east
C, & N. W., west. 16
C, St. P., M. & O. 6
C, B. & Q., east.. 1
C, B. & Q., west. . 5
I C, R. I. & P.. east. .
' Illinois Central ... 2
n is ,.
82 20 2
Total receipts ..37
Morris & Co 256
Swift & Co '271
Cudahy Packing Co 16
Armour & Co....... 208
Schwartz A Co
J. W. Murphy
Lincoln Packing Co. 86
S. Omaha Pack. Co.. 61)
Kelley Packing Co
Higglns Pack. Co... 16
Mayerowich.A Vail. 28
Benton & fan Sant 19
V. P. Lewis 3
Huntzlnger & Oliver
J. B. Root & Co....
J. H. Bulla
liosenstock Bros. . . .
F. G. Kellogg
Wenh'mer ,& Degan
Cheek & Krebs
Otrmha Pnckinff Co.
'Midwest Pack. Co..
Cattle Receipts of cattle were very ) while stocks of late have been tending
light today, noma 700 head being re- ; downward, the swing had, until today,
celved. A total of 17,400 head ts nearly been punctuated by moderate rallies and
2,000 short of the same period last week i at times in the last 10 days business
and 13,000 short of a year ago. Bidding I slackened In a way to Indicate a momen
was dull, there being hardly enough cattle ! tary lack of selling pressure. The railroad
on hand to make a market and prices I rate decision helped to check the fall
were fully steady with a top of $16.65 : early this week and on Tuesday and yea
paid for handy weight cattle, making terday It looked as though speculators
values about steady with a week ago. with long stock on their hands were un
Cow stuff showed more Improvement, most willing to let go, hoping that the ratls
sales being strong to a quarter and over might lead In a general upturn.
higher, which puts prices back to last
Friday's levels. Feeders were scarce and
the market was nomlnaUy steady, while
western range cattle sold ab.out on the
same levels as yesterday and steady for
No. Av. Pr. No. Av. Pr.
20 1386 $14 05 16 1206 $16 65
STEERS AND HEIFERS.
24 750 14 00
22 829 14 00 25 757 15 15
26 819 15 35
Quotations on cattle: Good to choice
beeves, $15. 00015. 05; fair to good beeves,
JH.ootil6.00; common to fair beeves,
$11.50014.00; good to c'tolce yearlings.
915.251G.00; fair to good yearlings, $12.00
16.25; common to fair yearlings. $7.00
12.00; good to choice native heifers, $10.60
31.50; fair to good native cows, $8.60
10.50; choice to prime cows, $3.009.75;
good to choice cows, $6.608.00; fair to
good cows, $5 00(g6.60; common to fair
cows, $3.60(3)5.60; good to choice feeders,
$10.0011.00; medium to good feeders,
$8.5010.00; commo.. to falreeders, $6.60
8.60; good to choice stockers, $9.00
10.00; fair to good stockers, $7.609.00;
common to fair stockers, $5.007.50;
stock heifers, $5.00 6.00; stock covs,
$4.506.00; stock calves, $5.608.60; veal
ralves, JS.O04W2.60; bulls, stags, etc., $5.60
(gill. 00; choice to prime grass beeves,
J 1 2.75 1 3.50 ; good to choice grass beeves,
$11.7512.75; fair to good grass beeves,
$10.0011.76; common to fair grass beeves
$7.0010.00; Mexicans, $8.009.76.
Hogs Receipts of hogs today were esti
mated at 75 loads or 6,000 head. Quality
was only fair but there was a 'brisk de
mand and trade was active at prices
that varied from 25c to as much as 50c
higher than yesterday. Packer bulk was
J14.7514.10. although they bought a few
choice loads up to $14.60 and above. Ship
per bulk wan largely $14.00 15.00 with
a top of $15.5,0.
70 $13 50
70 13 65
... 13 75
70 13 85
... 14 15
... 14 25
... 14 65
... 14 80
28'J 15 60
No. Av. Sh. Pr.
55. .312 ... $13 60
76. .259 280 13 70
70 13 80
... 33 90
... 14 10
70 14 20
... 14 40
110 14 75
40 15 00
Sheep and Lambs Arrivals of sheep
and lambs were of moderate volume and
trade ruled generally steady, the best
fat lambs here brought $13.15, indicating
an outside price of $13.60 for something
strictly choice. Good fat ewes landed
at $7.00. No wethers or yearlings "f
consequence were Included In the receipts.
Feeders were In light supply and no ma
terial change occurred in values, good
grades selling around $12.00 and better.
Good feeding ewes are wanted around
Quotations on sheep: Fat range lambs,
$12.5013.50; feeding lambs, $10.60
12.50; cull lambs, $7.0010.00; yearlings,
$8.!59.50; feeding yearlings, $8.009.00;
wethers, $7.258.50; ewes, $5.607.25;
feeding ewes, $4.768.00; ewe culls and
Chicago live Stock.
Chicago, Aug. 6. Cattle Receipts, 10,
000. Market desirable handywelght steers
and best yearlings, steady to strong; other
grades, mostly steady; top yearlings,
$16.75; best handywelght, $16.60; bulk
choice all weight,- $16.00 16.40; bulk good
steers, $9.5014.00; good she-stock, strong
to 26c higher at J9.7512.50; . medium
grades steady, $6.008.60; canners and
cutters, $4.006.00; bulls, firm; bologna
mostly $6.607.60; calves slow,' 25c low
er; bulk, good and choice, $15.0016.00;
top. $16.25; stockers, slow to lower.
Hogs Receipts 23,000. Market mostly
15 to 25 cents higher; poorer grades up
most; top, $16.35; bulk light and butchers!
J15.151S.25; bulk packing sows, $13,660
14.00: pigs steady to 25 cents higher; bulk,
Sheep Receipts 16,000. Market steady
to 26 cents lower; top western lambs,
$14.50; strictly good native, $14.00; good
and choice ewes, large, $8.00 8.25; good
medium weathers, $9.25; feeder lambs,
Kansas City Wve "Stock.
Kansas City. Aug. 5. (U. S. Bureau of
Markets.) Cattle Receipts, 6,500 head;
native steers, steady to strong; top, $15.00;
ether sales, $8.00914.25; quarantine
steady at $8.75(5)8.25; butcher stock
steady to weak, mostly $6.008.00; can
ners, steady; calves, mostly 60c lower;
odd vealefei, $13.60; bulk, $10.6012.00;
feeders dully, i
Jiogs Receipts 2,000 head; market 10
20c higher; top, $15.70; bulk light and
medium, $16.35 15.70; bulk, $15.0015.45.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 6,000 head;
mafket steady; native ewes, $8.00; bulk
fn ewes, $7.60 8.00; lambs, steady to 25c
lower; bulk . good and choice natives,
$12.6013.00; top, $13.25.
Sioux City Live Stock.
Sioux City, la., Aug. 6. Cattle Receipts,
600 head; market strong; beef steers, fed.
$13.0016.00; common fed, $9.25 12.60;
fed yearlings, $8.5016.00; grass steers,
$7.0011.50; grass cows, $6.O08.76; fat
cows and heifers. $3.001912.00; canners,
J3. 6005.60; vealers, $6.00ll$.50; common
calves, $4.008.00; feeders. $8.0010.50;
feeding cows, $4.0O)6.OO; stockers, $6.00
8.75; stock heifers, $4.60 7.50.
Hogs Receipts, 6,000 head; market 25 9
50c higher; light, $15.00 15.60; mixed,
$14.25016.00; rough, $13.26 14.00; bulk,
Sheep Receipts, 600 head; market weak.
St. Joseph Live Stock. '
St. Joseph, Aug. 5. Cattle Receipts,
2.000 head; markt steady to 25c lower;
steers, $9.0016.00; cows - and heifers,
$3.50015.25; calves, $7.0013.00.
Hogs Receipts, 7,000 head; unevenly
rteady to 25c higher; top, $15.65 ( bulk,
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 4,000 head;
market 25c lower; ewes, $6.607.76;
Omaha Kay Market.
Receipts continue light on both prairie
hay and alfalfa, while the demand is
quiet- and market steady at the following
quotations. Oat and wheat straw steady:
No. 1 upland prairie hay, $17.00 to
$18.00; No. 2 upland prairie hay, $12.00
to $15.00; No. $ upland prairie hay, $7.00
to $10.00; No. 1 midland jjralrle bay,
$11.00 to $17.00; No. S midland prairie
hay. $12.00 to $16.00; No. 1 lowland
prairie hay, $10.00 to $12.00; No. 1 low
land prarle hay, $8.00 to $9.00; No. I
lowland prairie hay, $6.00 to $7.00:
choice alfalfa. $28.00: No. 1 alfalfa. $24.00
rto $26.00; standard alfalfa. $18.00 to
I szz.otrs jno. z airana. 114.00 to sits.ue;
INo. t alfalfa. $10.00 to $12.00; oat straw.
T if n a a 11 An. U . a en
Chicago Trlbune-Onmlta Bee Leased Wire.
New Yorlc, Aug. 5. So severe a
break of prices as today's in the
stock market could not be ascribed
in major part to the operations of
professional traders for the fall.
There were enough disturbing fac
tors at work to promote considerable
liquidation, and the slump of sever
al oil issues seemed tq point to
forced sales caused by the calling of
bank loans. -
Violent declines occurred in a
number of stocks -in the final hour,
including shippings and leathers.
The closing was weak.
Liquidation of low priced indus
trials caused a resumption of bear
attacks against a wide variety of
specialties. Sales approximated
- The. grave situation in Poland, hinting
of armed Intervention by one of more of
the allied powers, continued evidences of
credit stringency, persistent discussions of
business contraction, all these factors tend
ed to promote the sales of long stock
and to contract the buying power of the
market. In case of Middle States Oil and
several other stocks of companies of fair
ly recent origin support was lacking until
declines witnessed In psjilcky. market pe
riods had been rKgrded. There were
welt defined strata of depression during
the day with rallies of only Blight extent
sandwiched between. At the end of trad
ing losses of 2 to more than 7 points
spotted the Industrial list thickly and the
rails were lower than yesterday.
Call Honey Easy.
As was to be expected In the wheat
market, following other days of lower
ing quotations, call money supplies were
In excess of demand and a ( per cent rate
again was quoted after most of the day's
loans had been arranged at 7 per cent.
If a decline as severe as today's had oc
curred after a fortnight of steady and sub
stantial market reaction. It might have
been thought to mark the culmination of
one drastic stage of a bear movement. But
Whatever the hopes ana expectations oi
traders committed to the rise, they were
rudely shawen in the collapse of a few
oil stocks and the reaching of stop-loss
orders hastened the reaction throughout
the afternoon. The efforts of England to
stop Russia's campaign against the Poles
will doubtless have much influence upon
market sentiment In the next few dsys,
but It Is likely that the business outlook
and the attitude of bankers, with crop
moving plans on their hands will have
Foreign Bonds Firm.
A true reflection of foreign affairs may
be found In' the market for British ani
French bonds than in stocks, and these
issues. Including the United Kingdom 6,
were more firm than soft. There is no
doubt but that the passing of the com
mon stock dividend early in the week by
an industrial company whose earnings
were thought satlrfsrAry and the declara
tion of script dtviuHnUs Instead of cash
by two tobacco concern centered specula
tive attention upon credit and business in
rather disconcerting fashion.
Wheat futures advanced more than 10c
a bushel, which may have represented
speculative thought about the effect of
mar activities upon part of Europe's har
vests, but Was more likely a natural re
covery from the recent great decline. Cot
ton gained after cables reported a rise
at Liverpool and weather reports dis
closed too much rain In some sections of
the cotton belt. Sterling exchange re
ceded at first, but recovered later, togeth
er with continental rates.
Once again the rumor that the Bank
of England's discount rate -would be ad
vanced failed to eventuate Into fact. The
bank reported an increase of more than
1,200,000 pounds tn its reserve, but there
wa a large expansion of deposit liabili
ties and loans, with the result of lower
ing the reserve ratio from 12.20 to 10.20
per cent. - ,
New York Quotations
Range of prices of the leading stocks
furnished by Logan & Bryan, Peters Trust
High. Low. Close. Close.
A. T. & S. F 81 8OV1 81 81M
Baltimore & O.... 35 J3 ti S6tt
Canadian Pacific .119tt"117 117 119
N. Y. & H. R 78 70 70 72
Erie R. R V. 18 12 12 13
Gt. Northern, fd. 74 72 72 72
Illinois Central ... 83 83 83 84
Mo., Kan. & Tex.. 7 7 7 ....
K. C. Southern.... 18 17 , 17 19
Missouri Pacific .. 26 24 25 26
N. X., N. H. & H. . 36 33' S8 35
Northern Pac. Ry. 75 73 73 76
Chi. & N. W 69 68 68 70
Pennsylvania R. R. 41 40 40 41
Reading Co 90 87 87 89
C, R. I. & P. 36 34 34 36
South'n Pac. Co.., 94 91 91 93
South'n Railway.. 28 27 27 28
Chi. Mil. & St. P.. 35 33 82 35
Union Pacific 118 116 116 117
Wabash 8 7 7 8
Am. Car & Fdry.. .135 132 132 134
Allla-Chalmers Mfg 32 ' 31 32 .".2
Am. Loco. Co 96 98 93 98
Baldwin Loco. Wlt.108 104 105 108
Beth Steel Corp.. 77 74 74 77
Colo. Fuel, Iron Co. 31 31 31
Crucible Stl. Co.. .129 125 126 127
Am. Stl. Found... 35 34 34 35
La oka. Stl. Co 07 65
Mid. Stl. & Ord.. 39 38
Press. Stl; Car Co. 95 98
Rep. I. & Stl. Co... 83 80
Rail. Stl. Spring.. 93 1 93
Sloss-Shef. Stl& I. 62 60
U. S. Steel...:.... 87 86 85
Anaconda Cop 51 60 61
Am. Smlt. & Rfg.. 56 64 56
Butte & Sup. Mln. 18 18 18
Chile Cop. Co 14 13 13
Chlno Copper Co.. 27 27 27
Insplra. Cons. Cop. 47 46 46
Kennecott Copper.. 24 23 23
Miami Cop. Co 19 19 19
Nev. Cons. Cop. Co. 11 11 11
Ray Cons. Cop. Co. 15 14 14
Utah Copper Co... 62 1 62
Am Beet Bur. Co. 81: 78 79
Atl., O. & W. I. S. 8.148 143 14$ 149
Am. Internet. Corp 71 64 65 73
Am. Sum. To.b. Co. 83 81 81tt
Am. Cotton Oil Co. 25 24 24
Am. Tel. & Tel... 96 95 96
Brooklyn R. T.... 10 10 10
Bethlehem Mot... 16 16 16
Amer. Can Co.... 35 33 8?
Chandler Mot, Car. 84 82 82
Central Lthr. Co.. 50 49 60
Cuba Cane Su. Co. 43 - 39 89'
Cal. Pack. Corp.. 65 64 64
Cal. Petrol. Corp. 26 23 23
Ccrn Pro. Rfg. Co. 86 85 85
Nat. Enam.-Stamp. 68 65 65
Flsk Rubber Co... 27 26 26
Oen. Electric Co.. 140 140 140
Gast. wm. Wig. 11 iu !'
General Motors Co. 22 20
Goodrich Co. 62 50
Am. Hide & Lthr.. 14 14
Haskell & Brkr... 68 66
U. S. Ind. Alcohol. 82 80
Int. Nickel 17 18
Int Paper Co..... 78 73
AJax Rubber Co... 47
Kelly-Sp'gf'd Tire. 78
Keystone Tire & R. 21
Maxwell Motor Co. 13
Mex. petroleum. , .ion
152 152 159
Middle States Oil.. 20
Pure OH 89
Wlllvs-Over'd Co.. 16
Pierce Oil Corp.. 12
Pan-Am. Pet. & T. 83
Plerce-Arrow Mot 43
Royal Dutch Co... 72
U. S. Rubber Co.. 85
Am. ITr Rfg. Co
Sinclair O. & R... 26
Stromb'g Carb. Co. 71
Studebaker Corp... 66
Tob. Products Co.. 63
Trans-Con. Oil.... 12
Texas Co 43 40
u. b. ra, ft. corp. euft 67
U. S. Sm, Rfg., Mln. 63 . 62
White Motor qS... 47 47
Wilson Co., Inc.. 62 62
West'gh'se EL, Mfg. 47 46
Am. Woolen Co... 76 74
Total shares sold. 1.087.900.
Money Close, ( per cent; Wednesday'!
close, per cent
Marks Close, .0219; Wednesday's close,
Sterling Close, $3.62; Wednesday'
. New York CeneraL
N3W York, Aug. 5. Wheat Spot,
strong; No. 2 red and No. 2 hard, $2.63,
and N. 2 mixed durum $2.84, c. I. f. track
New York export
Corn 8pot, strong; No. 2 yellow, $1.70,
C. 1. f. New York, ten-day shipment
Oats About steady; No. 1 white. 96 O
Lard Firm; middle west la JseifJSo,
A otter articles uucbanced.
Omaha, Aug. 5, 1920.
The seriousness of the European
war situation was the dominating
factor in lifting both cash and fu
ture prices in wheat to much higher
levels today. Cash prices were 12c
to 17c up, while futures in the De
cember and March options at Chi
cago were about 10c higher. The
few offerings of corn ranged 5c to 7c
up. Oats advanced 3c. Rye prices
were 3c to 8c higher and barley a
' WHEAT. v,
No. 1 hard: 1 car, $2.63 (dark); 1 car,
$2.61; 6 cars, $2.50; 1 car. $2.60 (dark):
1 car, $2.49; 1 car. $2.47; 2 cars, $2.47
(dark); 1 car, $2.46 (smutty); 7 cars, $2.45;
1 car, $2.46 (smutty).
No. 2 hard: 1 car. $2.50 (dark); 4
cars, $2.47; 3 cars, $2.46; 6 cars, $2.43.
No. 3 hard: 1 car, $2.48 (dark); 6 cars.
$2.47; 1 car, $2.45; 2 cars, $3.44r-l car,
No. 4 hard: 1 cars, $2.46; S cars, $2.45;
1 car, $2.41.
No. 5 hard: 1 car, $2.44; 1 car, $3.43;
1 car, $2.42; 3 cars, $2.40.
Sample hard: 1 car. $2.37.
No. 3 spring: 1 car, $2.60.
No. 2 mixed: 1 car, $2.43 (durum). .
No. 2 white: 13-5 cars, $1.62; sample
white, 2-6 car, $1.30.
No. 3 yellow: 2 cars, .$1.49.
No. 4 yellow: 3 cars. $1.46.
No. 2 mixed: 1 car,-$1.60 (near white);
2 cars, $1.46.
No- 3 mld: 1 car, $1.45.
No. 2 white: 1 car, 78 c.
No. 3 mixed: 1 car, $1.45.
72c; 1 car, 72c (shipper's weights).
No. 4 white: 1 car, 71c.
Sample white: 2 cats, 70c; 1 car, 70o
(30 per cent barley).
No. 2: 1 car, $1.96; 1 car, $1.90.
No. 8: 1-3 car, $1.80.
No. 4: 1 car, 96c.
OMAHA RECEIPTS AND SHIPMENTS.
n.,i.v 1 .
Today. Ago. Ago.
138 209 103
14 34 7
, 17 19 3
,.i 2 14
Wheat Ill 112 v 76
Corn 26 11 43
Oats 11 6 23
Rye 3 17
Barley 4 10
CHICAGO CARLOT RECEIPTS.
i Week Year
Today. Ago. Ago.
Wheat 175 423 140
Corn 70 32 63
Oats 75 169 71
KANSAS CITY RECEIPTS.
Today. Ago. Ago.
Wheat 216 282 436
Corn 8 9 4
Oat 18 17 SO
ST. LOUIS RECEIPTS.
Today Ago. Ago.
Wheat ..." 217 188 200
Corn : 31 38 3
Oats ... 43 26 22
NORTHWESTERN RECEIPTS OF
s Today. Ago. Ago.
Minneapolis .(,...-......216 204 282
Duluth ." 61 28 2
Total 276 232 284
Winnipeg 87 109 20
Omahk Grain Inspection.
The number of cars of grain of the sev
eral grades inspected "in" here during
the past 24 hours follows: . ...
Wheat No. 1 hard, 48; No. 2 hard, 28:
No. 3 hard, 20; No. 4 hard, 11; No. 6
hard, 4; sample hard, 6; Nj. 5 mixed, 1;
No. 1 spring. 1; total. 119. .
Corn No. 2 white, ,3; No. 3 white, 1;
No. 1 yellow,, 1; No. 2 yellow. 2 No. 3
vellow, 1; No. 6 yellow, 2; sample yellow,
i; No. 2 mixed, 1; No. 3 mixed, 2; No.
4 mixed, 1; No. 6 mixed, 1; No. 6 mixed,
1; sample, 2; total, 19.
Oats No, 3 white, 13; No. 4 white, 3;
total, 16. .....
Rye No. 1, 1; No. 2. 4; total, I.
Barley No. 4, 1; total, 1.
Iowa corn crop report: Cool nights,
with dry weather in most of the state,
unfavorable for the beat development of
corn. The drouth is most marked in the
extreme northwest, east and central Mis
sissippi counties, where- on thin soils corn
l.i curling and firing, but would fully re
cover if rains come soon. Although soli
Is dry, considerable moisture remains in
the subsoil. Corn and other deep-rooted
crops' are not suffering severely. Thresh
ing returns, mostly from the southern
half of : the state, where the crop in its
early stages was thought to be the poor
est, shows yields averaging slightly above
40 bushels per acre, or about three bush
els per acre above the state; reported crop
tvrnlng out better than expected. Re
ports on spring wheat, especially in the
northern and western portions of the state,
CHICAGO CLOSING PRICES.
Doug. 2627, Aug. 6.
Art I Open. I mgjlJowfCloae. Yesjy.
Dec. 2.28 2.45 2.28 2.40 2.30 ;
Mar. 2.31 2.47 2.29 2.42 2.32
Sept 1.74 1.38 1.73 1.86 1.74
Dec. 1.70 1.80 1.70 1.78 1.67
Sept 1.43 1.49 1.42 1.48 1.42
Dec. 1.24 1.29 1.23 1.26 1.23
Sept .71 ' .74 .70 .72 .71
Dec. .70 .72 .69 .71 .70
Sept. 26.30 27.25 26.50 26.10 26.17
Oct! 26.85 28T00,- 26.85 27.76 26.85
Sept 19.00 19.35 19.00 19.25 18.95 '
Oct. , 19.87 19.75 19.37 19.60 19.32
Sept 16.00 16.15 16.00 16.07 15.90
Oct. 16.26 16.55 16.25 16.40 16.20
, St Louis Live Stock.
East St. Louis, Aug. 5. Cattla Re
ceipts, 8,500 head; steers, steady; top
steers, $16. 10 bulk, $10.00012.60; year
ling steers and heifers, steady; canner
cows, steady, at $3.75g4.26; bulls, steady;
calves, 60c lower; good and choice 'veal
Hogs Receipts. 8,500 head; 15c higher;
top, $16.35; bulk, light and medium, $15.90
016.25; bulk heavies. $14.7516.25.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 3,600 head;
lambs? steady to 25c lower; sheep, steady;
top lambs( $12.75; bulk, J12.0012.76; top
ewes, $7.5f; bulk, $7 00 7.50.
Minneapolis, Minn., Aug. 5. Flour 35c
to 80c higher; In carload lots, family pat
ents, quoted at $12.75 to $13.30 a -barrel
In 98-pound cotton sacks. ,
Barley 87c $1.08. 1
Rye No. 2. $1.951.96.
Flax Seed No. 1. $3.35 3.37.
Kansas City Grain.
Kansas City, Aug. 5. Wheat December,
$2.36; March, $2.38.
Corn September, $1.40; December,
St. Louis Grain.
St. Louis, " Aug. C. Wheat December,
$2.41 bid; March, $2.46 bid.
Corn-r-September, $1.49 bid; Decem
ber, $1.27 asked.
Oats September, 74c: December, 72o
New- fork Produce.
New York, Aug. 5. Butter Firm;
creamery, higher; than extras, un
changed; extras, 64c; firsts, unohanged.
Eggs Steady, unchanged.
Cheese Steady Unchanged.
Poultry Live, steady; freight broilers,
48c; express ditto, 4351c; fowls, 40c;
roosters, 25c; turkeys. 35c.
Dressed Steady; fowls, fresh, 28 42c.
Chicago, Aug. 6. Butter Unchanged.
Egns Lower; receipts, 10,140 cases;
firsts, 4445c; ordinary firsts, 41
42c; at mark, cases included, 4345c;
storage-packed extras, 47c; storage
packed firsts, 47c. v
Poultry Alive, unchanged.
Butter and Eggs.
Eggs No. 1, 45o per doz. ; No, 1, S8e;
Butter 42c' per pound.
Kansas City Produce.
Kansas City Aug. t. Butter, Eggs and
New York Sugar.
New York, Aug. 6. Raw sugar Un
settled; centrifugal, 16.30c; refined, quiet;
fine granulated, 21.00 22.60c.
Sugar futures- were easier early; re
flecting the unsettled feeling In the spot
market Trading was light, however, and
prices at midday were about 10 to 25
points net lower.
Sugar futures closed weak; sales, 3,000
tons; September, J 3.76c; October, 13,60c;
December, 12.60c; January, 11.45c; March,
New York Coffee.
New York, Aug. 6. Coffee Rio No. 1,
10c: futures, steady: Sentembec. 9.30c:
News of the Day
BY CHARLES D. MICHAELS.
Chicago Tribune-Omaha Bee Leased Win.
Chicago, Aug. 5. War, drouth
in parts of the corn belt, lighter re
ceipts, increased outside buying and
limited selling pressure until the top
prices were reached, made a strong
and excited set of grain markets
with sharp and extensive advances,
a good part of which were main
tained at the last. Around the top
preces heavy selling for profits
forced the prices back moderately,
but wheat closed with gains of 10 to
lOyic on futures.
Other wheat markets were up sharply.
Corn gained $ to 6o, oats 1 to 2o,
rye 11 to 12o and barley 3 to 4o for the
day. Wheat Is up nearly 40c, corn 16r,
oats 12o,andrye almost 20c wltnln
three days. The war scare In Europe was
the basis for the pronounced change In
market values and has checked selling
Rush of Buying.
European war possibilities started buy
ing of wheat at the opening today, which
was lc lower to 2c higher than the pre
vious day's close. A rush of buying, par
ticularly from the outside, sent prices up
to $2.46 for December, or 15o over 'he
close of Wednesday. Realising sales car
ried the price bark 8c at one time, and
the close was at $2.4002.40, with Marcn
at $2.42. Shippers and exporters who
Were short cash wheat were active bid
ders. There were reports of car shortage
and of lighter farmers' offerings. The
primary movement was 1,668,000 bushels,
or 9,000 bushels more than the previous
week, and almost 600,000 bushels loss
than last year. Export clearances were
690.000 bushels, against 641.000 bushels
last year. Active buying of wheat was on
early at Logan & Bryan, Thompson. & Mc
Klnnon and by Omaha houses. rOn the
advance there was liberal selling by the
early buyers, also profit-taking by those
who were the best buyers on the regmt
Premiums ou cash wheat at Chicago ad
vanced 5 6c, as compared with Decem
ber. A few cars were sold at 13c over
December early, but at the last 18019a
over was paid for No. 1-hard and 17 018c
over' for No. 1 red. As compared with
yesterday's sales, prices were up 15022c
Offerings Not Large.
Bulk of the receipts at Chicago are
being applied on to arrive purchases, and
offerings in the open market were not
large. To arrive bids were relatively
4 5c higher, with No. 2 red or hard win
ter, first half of August shipment, 9c over
and all August 4o over December. Local
receipts 176 cars, of which 176 cars were
graded No. 1 or No. 2. St. Louis was
15 ft) 18c, Kansas City 415c and Omaha
1217c higher. Minneapolis advanced 19c.
Nothing was heard regarding export
business at the seaboard, the advance In
prices and the break In exchange prevent
The combination of war talk and dry
weather resulted in a big trade in corn,
with prices on the upgrade from the start
to near the close. There was a marked
increase tn the outside buying, due to the
prospects of a resumption of war In Eu
rope, and with light offerings and heavy
buying on stop loss orders, prloes were
lifted 5S7o over the previous day's
Sellers of offers had to protect them
selves on the way up. The most effec
tive selling was by longs and by holders
of offers, the latter securing liberal prof
its. Some of the local professionals who
were free sellers of December at the close
Wednesday covered on the bulge as rains
failed to materialise In Illinois, and the
forecast was for generally fair throughout
the grain states - .
Watch Bullish News.
News other than of a bullish character
was ignored. September showed mora
strength than December, the spread widen
ing to nearly 22o at one time, against 16c
Tuesday, with the finish at 21 c differ
ence. Cash grain gained about So on the
September,' with sample values 8o hlgnsr
at tne last, witn jno. 2 mixed $1.65 166
and No. 2 yellow $1.57 at the close. Re
ceipts 71 cars.
Oats reflected the strength In other
grains and advanced 2433c. the latter
on MoptemDer, welch, closed 1C over De
cember, agalnsr. e over the previous
day. Cash oats were 4Sc higher, as
compared with the September, with No. 2
white ll13c over and No. 3 white 0Uo
over the future, sales showing 67o ad-
vaiu-. jeueipis cars.
Strength in other 'grains was reflected
in rye. ana prices advanced readily. io.
2 on spot was 10 11c over September,
with sales at $1.81 01.96. Receipts 10
Barley was 1 iff 2c higher. Spot sales
were at &i)Cfi.vy.
Rnported -alnlng at Jollet, Morris and
Kankakee, III., also at Davenport, la.
Van Duaen-Harrlngton crop report, la
"The sorlnr wheat cron will vnrv sT-eat
ly both in weight and aualltv. Rust and
heat have affected the late wheat to a
considerable extent: no doubt, effects of
dry. hot weather will show up later, when
returns are reported. This is especially
true in North Dakota and northern Mil
nesota, and northern and eastern Mon
tana. There Is a large acreage of durum
wheat. This has withstood the hardshlm
without much damage, and Indications are
ior una yieias or gooa quality."
R. O. Cromwell wires E. W. Wagner ft
Co. from Brandon Man.: "Over 80-mlla
drive, 15 per cent of wheat fields are late
ana necks rusted. Damage severe. Early
wheat mostly little damaged. Beat au
thority Just returned,from Dauphin, where
crop is late, says wheat off 20 point
since July 1. On the current news, etc..
would put Canadian three provinces ovor
iiir.ii'iu, utile, ousneis wneat"
Higher prices were made In provisions
on buying by smaller packers. On the
upturn tnere was selling by a stock yards
housn and the mnrket had a setback, but
a eecond upturn followed, with the
sirengm in corn a ractor.
J. Rosenbaum Grain company has fol
lowing from Sedalla, Mo.: "W. W. Wheeler
has 400 acres of corn In Pettis county
that will yield from 80 to 90 bushels with
another Rood rain. Indications for rata
good at this moment. It looks like this
and surrounding counties will produce a
Oeorge M. Le Count wires from Can
tralia. 111.: "From St. Louis here, corn I
very poor. Lots of fields starting to
tassel about knee high. This territory ts
ciriea out thoroughly, ana cnincn ougs are
sapping the life out of the corn. I don't
think the territory seen today can raise
25 per cent of a crop If tt rains tonight '
American State Bank,
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We are operating large up-to-date terminal elevators in the
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It will pay you to get in touch with on of our off Scat
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Every Car Receivea Careful Personal Attention
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Local Stocks and Bonds
Bond and not quotations furnished br
Peters Trust company;
Bid. Asked. Y'ld.
Am. T. A T. ts, 1924.... 92 91 1.41
Am. T. 4s T, ts, 193$.... 91 91 T.6
Am. Ton. CO. is. iui.... i si i.ee
Am. Totv Co. 7s. 19JI.... 9 99 7.10
Anaconda Cop. 4s. 1919.. $7 18 I t
Ang.-French Ex. ts, 1910. 99 99 .$
Armour Conv. ts, ,'20-'24. 93 95 ....
Armour 7s. 1910.i 9t 94 T.4I
Belgian uot. ss, j i.w
Belgian Gov. 7s, 1941.. 9! 9t T.t
Beth. Steel 7s. ltll
Beth. Steel 7s. ltll 97
British ttts. 1929 84
British KUa, 1921 95
ij. rv. sac W. B. lDl..e wo a WW 1
Can. Gov. 6s. 1921 97 97
Can. Gov. ts, 1929 90 91 t
C.C.U. Kt. L,. ts, 1121 SS Mil T.l
Cud. Pack. Co. 7s. 1923.. 97 97 T.tl
Goodrich 7s. 1926 93 94 t.lt
Jap. Gov. 1st 4s. It26 71 72 li lt
Jap. Gov. 4s, 1991....X. 68 54 11.41
Lgt Myers ts. ltll.... T IIV s.l
Proct Gam. 7a. 1922.. 99 11 7.10
Proct. Gam. 7s, 1923.. 99 100 7.
Swift Co. ts. 1921 97 97 8.40
Swiss Gov't. Is, 1940 103 103 7.t0
Union Paclflo ts, 1923... 97 97
Wilson Conv. ts, 192$.... 17 tl 1.91
Bonds and Notes
Bonds and note quotations furnished by
Peters Trust company:
Bia. Asked, yield
Am. T. ft T. IS, 1924.... 91 91 1.4
Am. T. ft T. ts. 1926.... 92 tl 7.1
Am. Tob. Co. 7s, 1921.... 99 100 7.0t
Am. Tob. Co. 7s. 1913.... 99 100 7.0t
Anaconda Cop. 6s. 1929.. 88 19 7.8
A.-French Ex. ts, 1920.. 99 99 6.3t ,
Armour Con. 6s, 1920-24. 94 96 ....
Armour 7s, IS 30 y 6 ss 7.s&
Belgian Gov. ts, 1926.... 92 91 7.91
Belgian Gov. 7s, 1945.. 97 96 7.70
Beth. Steel 7s, 1922 97 98 7.9
Beth. Steel 7s. 1923 97 97 T.8I
British 6s, 1929 84 85 7.JI
British 6s. 1921 96 96 B.2( "
C. B. 4.Q. 4s, 1921 93 94 11.2
Can. Gov. 6s. 1921 97 rihk s.za
Can. Gov. 6s, 1929 90 91 t.t
C. C. C. St L. 6s. 1921 11 84 8.8
Cud. Pkg. Co. 7s. 1923... 97 98 7.29
Goodrich 7s, 1926 92 93
Jap. Gov. 1st 4s, 1925.. 71 li
Jao. Gov. 4s. 1931 62 U 63
Liggett ft Myers es, mil. ? m i."
Procter & Gam. 7s, 1922.. 99 100 7.04"
Procter A Gam. 7s, 1921.. 99 100 6.90
Swift A Co. ts, 1921 97 98 8.00
Swiss Gov. 8s, 1940 103 103 7.60
Union Pacific 6s, 1928.... 8T 97 t.2
Wilson Con. 6s. 1928 87 88 7.85
New York Curb Stocks.
Allied Oil , 20 0 21
Boston Wyoming 101 16-lt
Cosden Oil t0 7
Consolidated Copper .,........ 2 4
Federal Oil 2t? 2
Glenrock Oil ...1 20 2
Merrtt Oil 119 13
Midwest Refining Co 146 0149 ,
Sapulpa Oil 64? t "
Slmms Petroleum 140 13
U. S. Steamship 2 tf 2
U. S. Retail Candy It t 13
White Oil .11 0 19
i Liberty Bond Price.
New York, Aug. 8. Liberty bond price
at noon today were: 3, 90.18; first 4s,
85.40; second 4s, 84.60 bid; first 4s,
8c. 48; second 4s, 84.96: third 414s, 11.78;
fourth 4s, 85.24: Victory s, 96.70;
Victory 4s. 95.72.
Liberty bond closing; price today were:
2s. 90.98; first 4s, 15.30; second 4s,
84.84; first 4s. I6.lt; second 4s.
efi.70: fourth 4. 16.10; Victory $s,
91.10; Victor 4s. 11.70.
London, Aug. (.Bar Silver 56 per
Money and Discount Unchanged.
Cotton F ntare.
New York, Aug. . Cotten futures
opened barely steady ) October, $1.16o;
December, SO. 17c: January, 29.69c; March,
29.20c; May, 28.90c.
Cotton futures elated firm;' October.
81.93c; December, lO.fOc; January, 31.18c;
March, 19.46c; May. 18.90c
v Spot Cottoau
f New York, Aug. i. Spot Cotton Qjlet;
Real Estate Transfers
Oeorge C. Flack to Ray B. Hoen
shell et aL Burt St.. lit ft w.
of 48th at, . a, 40x121 $71,100
George C. Flack to Qua T. Hart
man, 61th at, 286 ft s. of Pratt,
w. .. 40xl4t 5.150
Ida V. Smith and husband to Lout
C. Johnson and wife, 25th st,
- 163 ft. n. of Woolworth, w. .,
Anna Meagher to Silvio 8IIves
trlnL Pacific at, $01 ft. w. of
25th St., n. ., 22xll0 1,460
Rebecca Castleman to Peter H.
Chudacoff, ne. cor. 29th and
Cuming, $6212. 20,100
Flora Frey Pleln, to Anton S.
Rychly and wife. Reynold St.,
160 ft. . of lid St., a. ., 110x112 f.fOt
Carrie Cohn and husband to Wil
helmlna Delne. Monro St., 110
ft. w. of 26th St., a. a, 160x121 1,409
Frank Koutsky and wife to Fannl
Fltie et at, 24tb at, lit ft -a.
of P St., w. ., 10x160 $,0
Oliver J. Gossard and wife to Mor
ris P. Rasmussen et al. tld st,
to ft. s. of Mleml. e. ., 60xlt8.. t.ttS
Fred H. Grace and wit to Oscar
Valien, 28th ave., 64 ft a. of
Sailer St.. . ., 64x126 $,100
Sarah R. Young McOe and hus
band to Hans Petersen and wife,
. aw. cor. 18th and Corby it,
Clara Town and husband to Wll- .
. 11am H. Carmack et al, Drexel
- st, 131 ft of lid at. n. .,
Pearl McCumber to H. Robert
Miller, 33d at, 147 ft n. of
Arbor at. e. s., 49x140 l.iOS
Martin E. Larson and wife to May
B. Kountre, tlth st, 100 ft s.
s. of Dewey ave., w. a., Itxltf
und. 1-" .-
Walter C. Allmon and wife to l
Vivian M. Fitch, 27th at, 11.75 J
ft. s. of Howard, w. s 30.875x108 1,90
C. George Carlberg and wife to
Paul Neneman et al, Frederick
st, 68.4 ft. e. of Hanscom blvd., '
n. S., $8x128.3 3.210
fit r.FNEVA NEB.
CITY. I A. DES MOINES, IA.
HOLDREGE, NEB. MILWAUKEE, WIS.
with each other y -private wire.
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